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1910-1945 Photos

1910-1945 Photos
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Korea was occupied by the Japanese …

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WMDK Current photos 2016 -2020

More additions to the MDK collections of photos including current photos and at times some vintage photos recently obtained,
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USA Ko Dan Ja Photos

Various photos from different KDJSS throughout the USA.
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SEALS Conferences 2000-2004

various photos from the SEALS Conferences
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Photos from Kwan Jang Nim's 70th Birthday Training and Celebration 4 Mar 2017

Photos from Kwan Jang Nim's 70th Birthday Training and Celebration 4 Mar 2017
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moo duk kwan 1963 photo

The picture on History of Moodukkwan (Central Dojang members) in 1963. On the Warship of 7th Fleet of USA.
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Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa Korea

Various years of the Korean Ko Dan Ja Shim Sa groups
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Han Dol Winter Camp 2017 (Region 1 USA)

photos taken from facebook and other sources showing activities at the region 1 Han Dol Winter Camp 2017, hosted by Tsai Sa Bom Nim.
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2017 National Festival, Montgomery, Texas

Various photos from facebook showing activities at the National Festival 2017 held in Montgomery, Texas

 

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Phil Duncan

Phil Duncan serves as the Executive Administrator of the U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation® providing and coordinating support services for the U.S. Federation Board, the Kwan Jang Nim, the U.S. Technical Advisory Committee, U.S. Regional Officials, U.S. Members, the Board Directors of the charitable non-profit U.S. Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan FOUNDATION and the World Moo Duk Kwan. He can be contacted at National Member Headquarters or philduncan@soobahkdo.com or (888) SOO-BAHK

"What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; What we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal."
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